Mercedes-Benz Updating E-Class Coupe for 2013

Spy Shots

The two-door is the latest in the refreshed E-Class family to be spied on the streets.

Mercedes-Benz is preparing a facelift for its vital E-Class family. This is our first look at the upcoming revised coupe version, and as first spy shots go, they are quite revealing. Without the heavy camouflage on the new two-door we can see that, as with recent shots of the revised sedan and wagon, the quad headlights are being integrated into single units on each side, with integrated LED daytime driving lights moving up from the bumper.

The facelifted model will also feature a more upright grille as well as a freshly designed front bumper. At the back there's a new bumper and we suspect the rear lights will be changed for a pair with new LED units. Expect minor changes to the dashboard, a new steering wheel and air vents as well as upgrades to communication, comfort and safety features.

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